London is trialling a way for people with hidden disabilities to ask for a seat on the Tube

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LONDON — If you have a hidden disability or illness, traveling on public transport can be extremely challenging, particularly when it comes to finding a seat. SEE ALSO: There’s a new Tube map to help you get your steps up While "Baby on board" badges are used by thousands of people on the London transport network, an equivalent for people with hidden disabilities, conditions and illnesses has been missing.  That could be about to change. Transport for London (TfL) has just announced that it is .  show all text

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